Fall beauty bucket list: Nine products you have to try
The easiest way to update your look this fall is by replacing an everyday matte shadow with a metallic one. I'm especially into Stila's versatile Foil Finish line. Each color comes with a primer that creates an added intensity when mixed with the shadow.
Magnificent Metals Foil Finish Eye Shadow in metallic cobalt, $32, stila, sephora.com
Shu Uemura's regular eyelash curler is one of the best out there, but the brand's latest takes things to the next level. The innovative, pinch-free design allows you to curl even your shortest and hardest-to-reach lashes.
New Generation Eyelash Curler, $24, shu uemura, shuuemura-usa.com
The perfect way to get in on the '90s nostalgia trend.
Satin Lip Pencil in palais royal, $25, nars, nordstrom.com
While there's no substitute for the Clarisonic, this inexpensive, non-irritating sponge comes surprisingly close.
Konjac Cleansing Sponge, $18, boscia, sephora.com
Matte, textured polish feels fresh without being in-your-face nail art-y.
PixieDust Nail Polish in Dahlia, $9, zoya.com
A good face mask is essential for keeping skin hydrated and healthy during the cooler months. This spa-like soothing gel also fights puffiness.
Cucumber Gel Mask, $45, peter thomas roth, sephora.com
Hairspray bottles often promise to provide flexible hold, but most of them still leave your hair feeling stiff. Living Proof's claims, however, are legit.
Flex Shaping Hairspray, $24, living proof, sephora.com
Glowy, perfectly even skin in two months or less. This one's a splurge you won't regret.
DreamTone, $98, lancome-usa.com